Spring Wreath Idea With AC Moore

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I LOVE when the weather starts getting warmer, because it’s the perfect opportunity to spread cheer with bright and colorful crafting projects!

I created this simple spring wreath with scrapbook paper , and I’m so excited to share it with you all today!

I chose eight different patterns from my paper pad, and cut out approximately 24 leaves from each piece of paper. You can easily do this by hand (it goes faster than you’d think, and you can cut several out at a time), or use a craft punch if you’d rather.

Heat up your glue gun, and take your first color and glue a row around your wreath form. I did not go all the way around to the back of the form, just the front and sides.

Create several overlapping rows, hot gluing your leaves into place.

I did between 4-6 rows of each color. This entire wreath took about an hour and a half to put together!

I really love how it turned out. This is the perfect inside wreath for your mantel, gallery wall, or anyplace you want a pop of spring color!

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  • Debbie Debbie on Jun 27, 2021

    Did you cut each piece in the shape of an egg also what was the size of each piece of paper....Thank you


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